The Great Tomorrow….

Nick speaking… We welcome you to our foundation’s site, which we hope will become your spiritual haven. You will be joining people here who are from all over the world, from all different walks of life. Some observe religions and others do not.. but all have spiritual relationships with God, as Sara and I do. We are here with a common purpose…which is to help one another spiritually, to evolve in becoming at one with that part of God inside of each of us. …and we have a commitment to raise the consciousness of humanity….We believe since we are all God’s children we are indeed all brothers and sisters. We are committed to live our lives embracing universal love and universal compassion…Come join us in creating The Great Tomorrow.


FROM NICK: I have been blessed to join with Sara on this website to do a weekly live audio/visual show in which we will pray for those viewers who are in need of a healing...We are not healers; God is the healer, using us as the Lord’s conduit to reach that part of God inside of each of you…You are not humans that by coincidence have a spirit and a soul. You are spirits with a soul that are having a human experience. …Sara and I are non-denominational…

Our Miracles and Healings show will broadcast on the date and time shown below. Click on the tab on top of the page and watch the show live, or you can watch it from our archives if you are not available at that time shown….. God has no limits…there have been healings of cancer, heart ailments, people disabled etc. Come join us and let God perform miracles. Nick

Date:   To be announced  Time:   4:44pm Pacific Time

(Nick Bunick’s books are available from Amazon, including his New York Times Best Seller,The Messengers.)


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  1. yes, nice
    I am you and you are me.
    Stay in the deep waters where there is calmness.

    “The first moment of dawn is when you look into someone else’s eyes and see yourself.”
    Mark Nepo

    shine on

  2. Thanks Tammianne,
    Here is my poem and summary from last week’s sermon.

    We are all unique expressions of God.
    Look into your neighbor’s eyes and see God.
    Look into your neighbor’s eyes and see yourself.


    Cast out into the deep my dear ones,
    That is where you shine.
    Bring forth your buried treasure,
    You truly are divine.

    Cast out into the deep my dear ones,
    Give yourself permission,
    To truly love yourself,
    Let that be your addiction.

    Cast out into the deep my dear ones,
    See others where they shine,
    Peruse that love you have for self,
    View others with the same design.

    Cast out into the deep my dear ones,
    Embrace others in their diversity,
    Appreciate every unique expression of divinity,
    It’s only then we’ll have community.

    <3 CLA

  3. WE are Free
    I Am Love
    I Am Light
    I Am God
    I Am One
    I Am me and I Am you
    When I heal me, I heal you.
    I Am the bird that flies through the trees
    I Am the wind that creates the breeze.
    I Am the waters falling to the ground
    I Am the sky that is all around.
    I Am the tears that flow from your eyes
    I Am the truth whenever you cry.
    I Am Yeshua- son of the One
    I Am the Christ and We are the Sun.
    I love you all as I love me
    Together as ONE, We are Free.


  4. Reverend David gave a wonderful sermon today on Risk and Truth. Just as children and we grow and we leave our parents, our caregivers, so as we do with God. We leave and we fill that emptiness with lots of things so that we are not afraid to be alone. ( like the false idols and lemon trees)We take the risk and go out into the world and explore..The only problem is that the Truth was within us and we didn’t take that out into the world. We share the falsities and the things with others instead of Truth.

    We need to go back home, to our Self.. to Truth.. The Truth that Yeshua spoke of.

    The truth is not in the church buildings or temples or in false idols. It is WITHIN US.
    It is in the aloneness of the silence…Find your Truth and take that out into the world.

    Yes, Linda, I agree…We will not be starting a new church. We will do as Yeshua did and walk among the many and teach from our hearts.

    My 2 year old granddaughter was teaching me a song this week. “I am a child of God”.
    Yes, she knows that she is loved.

    Peace, love, and light

  5. Bonnie Russell says:

    I agree that it is time to get past the various church sects and denominations and get to the Truth, and beyond fabrication, even if it shakes up the foundations of our belief systems. In this day and age, I believe we can handle it. Let’s get to the true messages and live according to Truth, Compassion and Love. All else is illusion. And THEN there would be no reason to bicker and fight about differences…we would have proof, if ever we needed it, that we are all one Spirit, and live in harmony…or so is my hope! My love to all, Bonnie

  6. re catholic church: i don’t think we will be starting another church or even fixing the existing one, as we are moving past all form to universal content. I think we will be sharing the new developments with everyone and the ones who hear or who have been waiting for new messages will invite us to speak to them about the new developments. They may also seek to clarify the means by asking questions about the bible. Yet, as questions relate to the bible, I am more interested in learning about all the books that were not included in the bible and hidden under lock and key. I wonder if more information is dangerous, or if more information will lead to more new developments. Hmmm, maybe that is the basis of the power struggle? Oh well, brother Nick will go before us for that one. Hahahaha

    Blessings ~

  7. Thank you for sharing that beautiful quote by Rasha Tammianne :-)

  8. Welcome Tammy Marie B.! So glad to have you join our spiritual family <3


  9. Bonnie Russell says:

    Tammy Marie, I join others in welcoming you into our spiritual family. I too hope that you will make this your spiritual home and post often and share more about your spiritual experiences. As you are beginning to discover, as the Doors swing wide open, we discover we are like Alice in the rabbit hole. It’s a wild adventure we’re all on, for sure!

  10. “Nothing can touch you, so long as you are in your center. The words of others, the actions of others- all are external to your Source. Be at Source and you become That Source. Then, there is only joy within you, regardless of what is going on around you.”

  11. Tammy Marie: welcome to the site. I am glad that you have found your home and are having many spiritual experiences. I enjoyed reading your post. Please feel free to share your stories and your life. If you have questions, feel free to ask them as someone on the site will usually have an answer for you.
    Like you, I have read many books and I just found Nick 4 years ago with The Commitment and Time for Truth. I feel at home here and you can see me on some of the videos with Nick.

    blessings to you and your family

  12. Tammy Marie. thank you for joining us, with your thoughts and your experiences….I wish I could spend more time with you on the site..and that our tour was already started. I have so many things happening right now in my life, i feel like a one armed wall paper hanger…Too hard to explain…I told a friend today, sometimes we think life is not easy, but it us usually more comfortable than living in an igloo in Thule, Greenland or in a tent in the Gobi Desert.
    So much to be thankful for..yet so many problems in the world. The Masters are working overtime to try to bring sanity to chaos. I look forward to when we can help them…I hope and pray it will be real soon,then we can move on to what the future holds in store for The Great Tomorrow and our roles in that journey. Happy Thanksgiving (soon) to you all. Love and blessings. Nick

  13. Bonnie Russell says:

    I finally watched the rest of the last broadcast last night. It was wonderful…thank you Nick, Tam and Miryana and tech staff. I especially enjoyed the last part of the program sharing personal insights and the healing. That was an amazing amount of information!
    As all of you make last minute preparations for Thanksgiving and other holidays, I wish you all love, happiness and joy as you go about your days. Togetherness and sharing and quality time with family and friends…that’s what makes it all so special. A time to give from your Heart, and receive the joy that is returned in kind. I love you all…Bonnie

  14. Tammy Marie B says:

    Dear Nick,
    I was led to your website through a series of awakenings I’ve recently had. Drawn away from the Catholic church 35 years ago (a priest tried “comforting” my family who lost our father due to alcoholism began what seem to be “grooming” my younger teenage brothers–encouraging them to smoke pot, and drink with him and I suspect other inappropriate actions and also to encourage them to follow him into the priesthood.
    When my children were born I felt a calling to religion and spirituality. When we moved I called 2 churches in the area and attempted to get our daughters baptized. We were told that we would need to give “6 months of envelopes” before being able to apply to be baptized.
    When my younger daughter was 8 when we attending my cousin’s Catholic wedding out west, all the younger kids sat away from their parents. Some of the kids had already made their first holy communion and went up to receive Eucharist (sp?) My daughter followed her cousins and received the bread. An elder church woman standing off to the side sensed that my daughter was not Catholic and grabbed the host out of her mouth. It was very traumatizing to her as she had been used to such loving services in the Unity services with Marianne Williamson back home.
    Despite these awful events I’ve been drawn back to Catholism or aspects of it. A close friend of mine has been battling cancer and I felt I needed to take her to the Fr. Solanis healing service in Detroit. I cried emotionally through the whole service. I went to fish-frys during lent in beautiful old ornate Detroit area churches. We visited Notre Dame university during a baseball tournament and my husband and I were deeply moved in one of the small crypt chapels that sold rosaries. We bought a few and my husband says the rosary almost every night.
    My son was begged by a friend to change in his senior year of high school to transfer from a big public school to a Christian school (mainly for baseball) but as it turns out it’s made huge impact on our boys as a requirement is to go to church. My younger son likes the youth group. We attend a huge non-denominational bible based church. Over the years I’ve read 100s of spiritual books, yours- The Messenger included but never picked up a Bible until recently. (Really–I delved into every suggestion from Oprah but resisted the most popular spiritual book of all :)) My son’s supply list for school included one. I also downloaded one on to my Ipad a month ago.
    So lately, almost every morning before school (I’m a teacher in a rough suburb of Detroit bordering 8 mile-Eminem the rapper and his wife went there) I’ve read passages. Almost every passage I read would somehow be referenced somewhere during the day: radio, billboards, license plates, etc. I mean the exact passage whether it was Job, Ruth,John, Lazarus, I always am reinforced that God is confirming my actions with signs. I found radio stations on Sirius radio that help with this, too. And incredibly the 444’s are everywhere! Waking up-the clock, coming home-the clock. Last week I was helping a very troubled difficult child with a math problem (who was shot in the shoulder recently in a shootout in Detroit) After doing a few steps of his math problem together I froze when it showed 4x + 4 = 4.
    Well this morning my Bible passages were in the Acts–all about you.? I started to recall reading The Messenger years ago and I googled Paul 444 Nick and rediscovered you. I watched several of your youtube videos and am so excited that your talks lead to rebuilding the church. Then on to your website: messages from Mary (who I’ve always felt close to) and Jeshua. Thank you, thank you, thank you for being brave enough to follow and obey what you are being led to do. I will try to do the same and end this very long comment for the time being as younger son is hungry.
    Peace and love!
    Tammy Marie B
    Tammy Marie, welcome to our site, you have found your spiritual home. We are a group of like minded people from various backgrounds and religious beliefs (or not). Our common thread is our love for God, Jeshua and all humanity over all. We recognise that every single person in this world is just as worthy as another.
    Glad you joined us.

  15. Dear Beautiful Group:
    thank you for all your beautiful posts. Keep on posting.
    Sending you Love and Light;
    Peace be unto you.

  16. Chuck Siebenthal says:


    Did Paul know Thecla?

  17. Bonnie: You are welcome here anytime and I felt right at home at your house. I wish I had stayed longer or gone back. I think my house is homey…It has been sinking again which is not good, but oh, well. I wish I knew what was causing that.

    You are right, Yeshua was all about Love and the Heart, Truth and Honesty.
    Let us honor his Truth, his Life, and his Way.

    Blessings to all

  18. Bonnie Russell says:

    Wow, I so appreciate the exchange of Linda and Tam and relate with all that has been said here. I feel the same way about the crucifixion and have all my life. I’ve never hung a cross on my wall and shrink at Jeshua’s image on one. I wear 2 gold, diamond and emerald crosses my husband gave me, but I would not have chosen to buy one. For me, the Heart shape serves quite well, instead. Jeshua was all about Love and the Heart.
    Tam, I am one of those friends who felt your home was neat and comfortable. I like to think mine is too, although it’s still a “work in progress” and has cluttered areas to be addressed and projects to finish. Some great strides have been made in that regard this year, and more to come.
    I remember a friend many years ago, making a comment about my home, that she always felt comfortable and at ease, to the point where she felt she could stretch out and put her feet on my coffee table and it would be ok. And it would be. I like anyone who visits me to feel at home. My love to all, Bonnie

  19. “the point is in the light, minor things appear amplified”.Linda…
    yes, I would agree.
    Thank you for sharing your stories of love and light.
    Release is always good.
    Shine on

  20. ok. i’m going to go quiet for a while to let others post.
    lots of good news on the horizon.
    have a lovely day, everyone.
    blessings ~

  21. yes, i was centered and being myself, thank you. i was very much in my heart and went through five kleenex just allowing the tears of heart (gratitude/ connection) to roll esp during the service.
    the point is in the light, minor things appear amplified. it’s like your rear view mirror on your car ‘things may appear larger than they are…’

    i think you misread the story. once we were dressed and ready to go she compared herself to me and felt uncomfortable with herself and felt the need to change her sweater. again, comparing externals. i thought, you do you so beautifully, why compare? it was not about me. I do not have investment in such things and planned for comfort. It was fear showing up in the mirror in the form of minor panic and smaller upsets. But the light does show you all angles.

    To me, the high road is letting go of the low road altogether. ~yay!

    How about the Pope and feeding the world. I hope he never gives up.

  22. I think that the way to the High road is to stay centered in the Heart where nothing else matters except love. Stay deep and the little nippy things going on around us won’t matter. Linda, when you mentioned what your friend said about your sweater reminded me of a situation. I have family coming in on Monday and she is my oldest sister and her husband. I spent a few days with them in June when I was in California. This sister is extremely organized and doesn’t like any clutter. These attributes make her very good at her job. So, I have been cleaning up my house a bit. Myself, I am also organized but I like my little nick-nacks and my home looks more “lived in” …I am thinking that if my sister sees my office room, she will think it is messy, and yet I have a couple of friends who think that I am very organized and that my house is always neat and tidy.
    So, my point is: stay centered and be yourself. People will have different opinions and different likes. That is why we are here on Earth. We come to experience emotions and thoughts, likes and dislikes.
    Of course, I know this is easier said than done.( myself included).

    Be the love you want to see in the world

  23. Pope francis today at the U.N. conference on nutrition.
    “Every human being has a right to food, and no business plan or economic policy can override that right” “food is a basic human right that shouldn’t be subject to market speculation and quests for profit.” and people who are “hungry remain on the street corners and ask to be recognized as citizens, to receive a healthy diet. We ask for dignity, not for charity”

    And the man who shot John Paul II requests a meeting with Pope Francis when he visits Turkey next week. The man is now living in turkey after serving his time from the attempt in 1981 and says of Pope Francis: “Pope Francis, who seeks to boost peace and brotherhood at a time the world is going through a political, economic and humanitarian crisis, is welcome to Turkey”

    We can see from these new developments that he is coming into alignment with messages of truth.

  24. When I went to AZ I noticed a lot of snippy critical thoughts nipping at the heels of the Light. It seems to happen that way, when you enter into a vortex of light. Slights, doubts, irritations start appearing applified. You can either polish up your craft and emass defenses against the irritations of the lower mind or you can choose the high road and encourage others to choose it too. Before the trip I chose all of my outfits to save time and space in packing. When getting ready to leave my friend would say, I didn’t know you were wearing that…! Look at what I am wearing, let me change my sweater. I was thinking, I enjoyed my process at home, thinking ahead, getting ready, wondering how I would like to feel, what I would like to wear to each event, and mind you it was only a weekend. I held in my feelings and it got really acute. I let them go and then I felt like I was being disingenuous. Only when I put it together that coming into this Light association is like walking around in front of a mirror did I finally choose the high road and transcend the lesser goals entirely. Once I did that comments like, you look lovely came from my friend. And, (about her choices), I feel better now with myself.

    Little and large frictions were going on through the whole weekend until I understood that we are suited in these patterns and we need to come into some turbulence some uncomfortability to sort out the ego’s lesser goals from the soul mind’s purpose and goals. Very intense but universal lessons going on as we (I) move through space/ time.

    Choose the High Road. The Low Road will always be there to fall back on.

    Much Love

  25. thanks, miryana ~

  26. Linda O, thank you for sharing your experience(s) from your trip to TLC. I enjoyed reading your posts.

  27. thanks Linda

  28. Tammianne, here is the direct quote. I was paraphrasing. It is perfect as it was given:
    “The journey to the cross should be the last “useless journey.” Do not dwell upon it, but dismiss it as accomplished. If you can accept it as your own last useless journey, you are also free to join my resurrection. … Do not make the pathetic error of “clinging to the old rugged cross.” The only message of the crucifixion is that you can overcome the cross. until then you are free to crucify yourself as often as you choose. This is not the gospel I intended to offer you.”

  29. Linda O: I like what you said about the crucifixion as being our last senseless journey.
    I have been feeling so many emotions lately that it is about driving me crazy. this happens whenever Yeshua stops in. He has been putting me through initiations of my own.
    That is so weird actually that you chose that one quote because Monday I felt like I was finally taking myself off of that cross and I think my Ego is fighting my decision.
    It is giving my heart a workout that is certain.
    I had all kinds of energy things happening yesterday afternoon. Some of it was amazing.

    Being resurrected for The Great Tomorrow

  30. Thanks, Tammianne. That was very helpful to me.
    In A Course in Miracles, J says: accept the crucifixion as our last senseless journey with me, only then are we free to let it go.

    What I cannot do and will not do is put fresh wine in old wineskins. I will not sit in meditation with a crucified ‘lord’ — it is an ugly sacrifice ritual that I will not be a part of. Having said that, our brother Nick holds a better picture and can communicate that more effectively to the Pope at some time in the near future. That would be very helpful to us in changing the script and moving forward in this world.

    I still get angry and hurt seeing such remnants of a distorted past. Not to mention, a beautiful being like yeshua deserves our living testimony–he deserves everything.

  31. Linda O: You are so right.
    Nick mentioned on his show in April that when he was in Mass. and attended the church, that the cross did not have Yeshua on it…that maybe that is the new way now.
    Now that you brought up that memory, I must say that the Church needs to change this and speak of Truth.
    The truth being that Yeshua did not “die for our sins”.. The Church wants people to see this awful image and remember “what he did for us by sacrificing his life” which is a bunch of bull crap.. The Church wants people to feel badly so that they will be good and do as the Church says.. Yeshua did not want that!

    He did not die that day anyway. He resurrected his body with the help of many.

    Let’s feel the love that he shared with everyone.
    “Forgive them Father” those were his final words.

  32. Bonnie, TLC is like your home away from home. I can see you there. Next opportunity guidance provides for you to attend–trot down to TLC.
    Next service is Dec 12 at 7pm at the Franciscan Center. I went to the FC and I have a visceral sickness that comes upon me when I see life-size crucifixion depictions on the wall and ‘stations of the cross’ being the holy walk on the grounds. While I’m here on the site, I want to say to Nick, when you meet the Pope, please ask him to retire these old graven images of christ on the cross. Please change the theme of walking the crucifixion to loving your self and walking with the living truth who is embodied in an alive, healthy body that was never marred by crucifixion.
    My friends here would have helped me with this memory, I am sure, because you too understand what it is like –I know Nick does– to see a symbol of your Friend on a cross, suffering. It is an old world image, crucifixion is, and we should dispense with sending that image into the collective consciousness.
    I feel quite strongly about this and I’m sorry for the remembrance this announcement brings, but I must make my request of Nick as he will be visiting the Pope in the near future.
    Love you guys.

  33. Bonnie Russell says:

    Thank you, dear Linda, for your re-cap of your experiences in Arizona and also your passionate input here, as always. May God Guide and bless us all. Much love, Bonnie

  34. Dennis A. Dispenza says:

    I’ve been mentioning Nick bunick and his books and on different Internet church and religious websites in recent months, to try an encourage religious people of all Faiths to study the books and information from Mr. Bunick. I think it might be a good idea if I were to ask if this is permissible at this time?????? Does he or anyone have an opinion, is writing and mentioning Nick Bunick’s books or your website acceptable or not? There are a HUGE number of church and religious websites on the Internet; I don’t know how respectable they are, and how to chose those that are reputable, so my query……
    Dennis, it is perfectly fine with us for anyone to mention Nick’s work and this website on other sites. People can make their own minds up if they wish to follow Nick.